Dr. JIanfa  Zhang

Dr. JIanfa Zhang

Professor
Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Biology from Nanjing University, China

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Area of Interest:

Molecular Sciences
100%
Molecular Metabolism
62%
Lipid Metabolism
90%
Glucose Metabolism
75%
Molecular Biology
55%

Education

2002

Ph.D.

Nanjing University, China

Biology

1996

M.Sc.

Nanjing Agricultural University, China

Microbiology

Selected Publications

  1. Yang, P., Z. Han, P. Chen, L. Zhu, S. Wang, Z. Hua and J. Zhang, 2010. A contradictory role of A1 adenosine receptor in carbon tetrachloride- and bile duct ligation-induced liver fibrosis in mice. J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther., 332: 747-754.
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  2. Daniels, I.S., J. Zhang, W.G. O`Brien, Z. Tao and T. Miki et al., 2010. A role of erythrocytes in adenosine monophosphate initiation of hypometabolism in mammals. J. Biol. Chem., 285: 20716-20723.
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  3. Chen, P., C. Li, W. Pang, Y. Zhao, W. Dong, S. Wang and J. Zhang, 2009. The protective role of Per2 against carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatotoxicity. Am. J. Pathol., 174: 63-70.
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  4. Pang, W., C. Li, Y. Zhao, S. Wang, W. Dong, P. Jiang and J. Zhang, 2008. The environmental light influences the circulatory levels of retinoic acid and associates with hepatic lipid metabolism. Endocrinology, 149: 6336-6342.
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  5. Zhang, J., K. Kaasik, M.R. Blackburn and C.C. Lee, 2006. Constant darkness is a circadian metabolic signal in mammals. Nature, 439: 340-343.
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